PR

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AcronymDefinition
PRPair
PRPublic Relations
PRPuerto Rico (US postal abbreviation)
PRPress Release
PRPurchase Request
PRParis
PRParaná (Brazilian state)
PRPartial (METAR descriptor)
PRParks and Recreation
PRPrint (Hyper Logo command)
PRPrint (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
PRPastor
PRPartner (IRB)
PRProfessor
PRProvince
PRPrinter (Apple II command)
PRPriority
PRProgress Report
PRPermanent Resident
PRPressure Regulator (valve)
PRPark Ridge
PRPull Request (computer programming)
PRPattern Recognition
PRPageRank (Google search technology)
PRPerformance Review(s)
PRPlanning and Responsibility
PRProblem Report
PRPapa Roach (band)
PRPerformance Report (various organizations)
PRPersonal Record
PRProject Report
PRPunk Rock
PRPreston (postcode, United Kingdom)
PRPrairie (street suffix)
PRPayroll
PRPrices Realized
PRPriorities
PRPeer Review
PRPower Rating (gaming)
PRPrimary Responsibility
PRProbability
PRProgesterone Receptor
PRPower Rangers (cartoon)
PRProne
PRPuncture Resistant (footwear)
PRPacket Radio
PRPersonal Representative
PRPrice Reduction
PRPartial Response
PRPreview Release (a post-beta software program)
PRParental Responsibility (Children Act 1989; UK)
PRPrinceton Review
PRProportional Representation
PRPart Request
PRPatrick Roy (former hockey goalie)
PRPakistan Railways
PRPressure Ratio
PRPerformance Rating (processors)
PRPaper Round
PRPro Rata (Latin: in proportion to)
PRPhilippine Airlines
PRProblem Resolution
PRPulse Rate
PRPartial Remission (oncology)
PRPathogenesis-Related (proteins)
PRPresidência da República (Portugal)
PRPrayer Request
PRPseudo Random
PRPartial Resistance
PRParachute Rigger (USN Rating; obsolete)
PRPropyl
PRPeoples' Republic
PRPresidente da República (President of the Republic)
PRPostoperative Recurrence (surgery)
PRPine-Richland (Pennsylvania school district)
PRPatent Rules
PRPresidente da República (Portuguese President)
PRPresidente da República (Portuguese: President of the Republic)
PRPregnancy Rate
PRPrecipitation Radar
PRPartial Reconfiguration
PRProfessional Referee (sports)
PRPraseodymium
PRPoint Roberts (Washington)
PRProcess Reengineering (Sprint)
PRProgram Register
PRPokemon Ranger
PRPunt Returner (football)
PRPinar del Rio (postcode, Cuba)
PRPulmonary Rehabilitation
PRPersonal Radio
PRPlymouth Rock (chicken breed)
PRProgram Resource
PRPrevalence Rate
PRPreliminary Review
PRPorter Ranch (California)
PRPurchase Requisition
PRPolicy Region
PRProduct Request
PRPhantom Regiment (Drum and Bugle Corps, Rockford, Illinois)
PRPrevalence Ratio
PRPhotographic Reconnaissance Aircraft (US Air Force)
PRPax Romana (Latin: Roman Peace)
PRPassive Ranging
PRNewspaper Tax (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
PRPetit Robert (French dictionary)
PRPhosphate Rock
PRPrandtl Number
PRProjekt Revolution (Linkin Park tour)
PRPer Rectum (method of medication)
PRPharmaceutical Representative (journal)
PRPriority Records (record label)
PRPesticide Registration (EPA)
PRPoisson's Ratio
PRPour Remercier (French: to express thanks)
PRProcurement Regulations
PRPercentile Rank
PRParma, Emilia (Italian province)
PRPersonal Recognizance (bond/bail)
PRPriority Regulation (US DoD)
PRPersonnel Recovery
PRPerformance Run (fitness)
PRpump room (tankers)
PRPseudorabies
PRReceived Power
PRProcess Reliability
PRProcurement Request
PRPortfolio Rebalancing
PRPilot Run
PRPolicy Record
PRPhoto Resist
PRPhotochemical Reaction
PRPosition Reference
PRProject Revolution (gaming, Warcraft IIITotal Conversion)
PRProduct Record
PRPeriodic Reinvestigation
PRPershing Rifles (honorary military fraternity founded in 1894 by General John J. Pershing)
PRPer Rectal (examination of a patient)
PRPosition Release (AT&T)
PRPseudo-Range
PRPsychopathic Records (CD label)
PRPressure Recorder
PRPhoto-Recon
PRPurchaser's Right
PRProsthion
PRProthrombin Ratio
PRPulmonic Regurgitation
PRPunjab Regiment (Pakistan)
PRPosting Reference
PRProcessor Rating
PRPesticide Regulation Notice (EPA)
PRPayload Recorder (US NASA)
PRPyrolytic Release Experiment
PRPneumatic Ram
PRPolarization Rotator
PRPunctum Remotum (Latin: far point of accommodation)
PRPhoto Reflectance
PRPlanned Requirement
PRPusher Robot (gaming)
PRPlanet Replay (media/electronics store)
PRPreventive Replacement
PRPotomac Runners (Washington, DC area running group)
PRParameter Redundancy
PRPatrol Vessel, River Gunboat (US Navy)
PRProcedural Reflection
PRProfundo Rosso (movie)
PRPitch Runner (baseball)
PRParti Républicaine (French: Republican Party)
PRParti Republikan (Republican Party; political party, Albania)
PRPath Restorable
PRPonti Radio PR SpA (Italy)
PRProcurement/Purchase Request
PRPrototyping Request
PRPower Repeatability (Agilent)
PRPeriodogram Roughness (economics)
PR(USN Rating) Aircrew Survival Equipmentman
PRPersonal Reschedule
References in periodicals archive ?
CONGRESSIONAL BILLS, LOCAL PATENT RULES, AND THE ABROGATION OF
The amended Patent Rules have already been notified and have come into force on 16th May, 2016.
Not surprisingly, these judge-by-judge reforms have been instituted primarily by judges with heavy patent dockets and often go beyond the local patent rules already in place in the district.
Additionally, the judges of the northern district have amended the court's local patent rules to guide pretrial procedures in patent cases.
The House of Representatives voted to overhaul patent rules and place a ban on tax-planning method patents.
The United States patent system has been dramatically altered in the last several months by major Supreme Court decisions and new patent rules.
This letter describes that unusual statement, the timing of this note consistent with legal disclosures for patent rules.
Sneath currently represents a patent homer in the Pennsylvania Western District under the new Local Patent Rules.
Such factors include the reputation of a district's judges and their experience in patent matters, the swiftness of adjudication in that district, whatever local patent rules exist, the likelihood of getting to jury trial, the likelihood of winning the case, the leanings of the local jury pool, the relative reputations of the parties in the district, and the simple geographic convenience.
At the heart of the critique is the perception in Europe and the developing world that the United States is backtracking on the Doha Declaration, which it signed in 2001 as a member of the World Trade Organization, and which "affirmed the primacy of public health over international patent rules," according to Oxfam, the Britain-based international relief agency.
Food sovereignty brings to the table issues such as the trade rules set by the World Trade Organization or the patent rules set by countries in the First World, both of which flow from the treatment of food as an industrial commodity, the first principle of today's world food system.
Global patent rules will continue to drive up the price of medicines.